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First look: Pittsburgh Yards to expand with ‘Container Courtyard’

Expect a village of food and retail options beside the Atlanta BeltLine’s Southside Trail


A year after Pittsburgh Yards cut the proverbial ribbon on its first phase, the adaptive-reuse, community-boosting jobs hub south of downtown is gearing up to add food and retail to its mix.

Pittsburgh Yards reps have shared a first look at the next component of phase-one development on University Avenue in the historic Pittsburgh neighborhood: a BeltLine-adjacent commercial village to be called the “Container Courtyard.”  

Tentative plans call for opening the Container Courtyard—positioned between current Pittsburgh Yards workspaces and offices and the first completed section of BeltLine’s Southside Trail—next spring.

The goal is to provide 10 local businesses with a permanent location, with a focus on food and retail in spaces designed by Atelier 7 Architects, project officials tell Urbanize Atlanta.

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Source: Urbanize Atlanta


Photos: Pittsburgh Yards opens along the Beltline in SW Atlanta

It’s called Pittsburgh Yards®, a mixed-use development that will eventually span 31 acres off University Avenue along the BeltLine in southwest Atlanta.

In this first image in a new photographic series, pictured is The Nia Building℠ at Pittsburgh Yards. The building is a professional and maker space in the Pittsburgh neighborhood in southwest Atlanta as of Tuesday, September 7, 2021.

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Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Along the BeltLine’s Southside Trail corridor, Pittsburgh Yards is eyeing late-2019 debut

In preparation, fundraisers want to create a personalized brick trail linking the BeltLine to University Avenue

It’s been decades since Pittsburgh was recognized as a bustling, thriving southside Atlanta neighborhood, but a philanthropy-focused, adaptive-reuse project could soon help tip the scales in the community’s favor.

Pittsburgh Yards, a (rare) community-driven project adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine, aims to repurpose a former brownfield site as the area’s newest mixed-use destination.

But this development—slated to wrap phase 1 construction by year’s end and one day border the BeltLine’s Southside Trail—is expected to be a far cry from the other major multi-use builds lining the popular path.

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